Therapy | Seeing A Therapist for Your Treatment Plan
We hear the word “therapy” used in many different ways these days. Retail therapy, aromatherapy, art therapy, and psychotherapy are just a few words with very different meanings that all use this base. Therapy, in the most basic form, is the treatment of a problem. Much like you would treat a broken bone with a cast, therapy is used to heal your mental health problems that may not be as easy to detect, but still affect your everyday well-being. Counseling or therapy with a trained therapist, social worker, psychologists or psychotherapist provides you with a safe space for you to be heard and understood. Therapists are trained to assist you in releasing your pain, dealing with difficult life stresses, coming to know yourself better and to be more self-loving.
How Can I Use Therapy As My Treatment Plan?
Therapy is a treatment option for many health concerns that may be affecting you or your loved ones. From lifestyle modifications to talking about problems, therapists are trained at providing support while producing options to assist patients with their everyday lives. Some therapeutic practices can include but are not limited to improving group relationships, such as family interactions, and working by communicating through things that are sometimes difficult to express. Because many of the reasons that people seek therapy involve our thoughts and emotions, it is important to recognize the value in being able to discuss these feelings in a safe space with a trained professional. Therapy is a treatment plan that can provide a rewarding experience for people suffering from various ailments. No matter what the age of the person, therapy is often a great option for working through issues, because it is a flexible and individualized quality care program. Therapeutic interaction is part of a treatment plan and can consist of one-on-one sessions, or sessions for couples or families.
What Types of Therapy Does Family Therapy Offer?
Family Therapy is here to assist you create happiness and harmony in your life. As family therapists, we help families and step-families deal with issues that cause conflict and pain and help you find the path towards becoming a loving and supportive family. Your well-being is our upmost concern and we have specialty programs that focus on couples therapy, child therapy, teen therapy and other family focused needs. We have a marriage therapist and a child therapist on staff to ensure that no matter what your family may be going through, we can provide the treatment needed.
As couples and marriage therapists we work with same sex gay and lesbian couples and families.
Nurturing and developing familial relationships is important throughout all phases of life, but can be especially important during difficult times. Therapy can provide an emotional outlet and support system for children, teenagers, couples, and families as a whole dealing with major life situations that can affect everyday life.
We are experienced to work with everyday life challenges and more difficult personal experiences such as depression therapy, anxiety, grief therapy, self esteem issues, and loss. We are here to support you if you are having marital difficulties, involved in an affirm or have discovered your partner is having an affair. We are here to listen to you and your difficulties.
From simples concerns like daily stress to major trauma such as a death in the family, therapy can provide the safe space to create a healthy conversation to cope with all of the various issues that families face throughout the years. In order to address the concerns of you as an individual or your family, please call our office to set up a consultation where we can determine a framework for your therapeutic needs.
Take the first step by calling us today. Our dedicated psychotherapists in
Ottawa want to help.
Confidential and Empathetic Counselling
Family-Therapy’s family counselling services in Ottawa, Nepean, and Kanata aim to help you and your families cope with a wide range of complex challenges. Seek timely help and resolve difficult situations by discussing them with a trained professional therapist. We work with refugee claimants and Military members and their families. For more information about our services or to set up an appointment, please call 613-287-3799 or email us. Doctors, Therapists, and Lawyers can fax us at 1-613-777-4975.